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Michael Chapman: Lexington, London – live review

Michael Chapman just keeps getting better at the age of 78. Not even a heavy cold can stop him delivering a spellbinding London performance with his new ensemble, says Tim Cooper

Addelam: S/T – Album Review

The cello creaks, cracks and yawns: Addelam from Colin Alexander and Beni Giles is a nautical, coastal record.

Linnea Olsson Interview by Alana Turk

It’s still fun to play on my own, but I would really like to drums especially - more rhythmic things. And I would like to try and step away from the loop stuff... that would be nice to not have to think about that all the time when you’re playing live! I’m gonna try and find - and I haven’t decided how yet - but I definitely want to bring in other elements. You never know, anything could happen really!

Linnea Olsson: Manchester – Live Review

"By the time Linnea Olsson takes to the performance space, the venue is absolutely packed."

New Artist of the Day: 2CELLOS

"This band is nothing if not well-named as it is comprised of just Luka Sulic and Stepjan Hauser, two cello prodigies..."


Peter Hook And The Light: Mexico City – live stream

Peter Hook & The Light Mexico City January 15, 2021 Sure, it’s strange to be seeing live shows solely from...


Watch This! Bradford Premiere New Single + Interview

  Proclaimed by Morrissey as "heirs to the Smiths’ throne", Bradford are back with a new single and...


Post Brexit musician touring visa row rumbles on with opposition MPs adding voices to the huge petition and out cry

The post-Brexit trade deal, which was presented as a triumph, has quickly become a dead weight and as full of rotten fish as the streets of Whitehall after the fisheries protest yesterday. 


The Painted Bird – film review

The Painted Bird (2020) Director: Václav Marhoul Cast: Petr Kotlár, Udo Kier, Harvey Keitel, Stellan Skarsgard Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 16th...


Six Of The Best Sets At Loftas Fest 2020

Loftas Fest
From toe-tapping rock n’ roll to darkly ethereal modular synthpop - discover highlights from the vibrant Loftas...